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Bangladesh: Politics of terror

The 3rd World View on a booklet called Fang of Fanatics. “Bangladesh was battered by religious (Islamic) terrorists, who with their politics inside the mosques tried to establish a reign of terror with gruesome killings, and bombings in public gatherings.”

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  • How do you think the current instabilty is effecting investment in the country, I read an article the other day that companies such as BP, Shell and Royal Bengal Airline are either stopping or delaying investment into the country.

  • Raja

    ROYAL BENGAL AIRLINE have already invested in Bangladesh as the country is heading towards political stability and booting out corruption.
    Bangladesh is next Malayasia.

  • Shazia

    I heard that Royal Bengal Airline is trying its best by pressing the Bangladeshi government to revolutionise Bangladesh. Apparently they are trying to educate Bangladesh’s business system to the concept of proffesionalism. If it can introduce international standards and change a country that would be absolutely amazing and they should all recieve Nobel Prizes for changing the country with good intent. I look forward to changes in my home country.

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